Kent Elementary Student wins 1st prize for poem competition

Gr. 6 student Mila Dinn wins district competition for poem dedicated to Remembrance Day

Agassiz Legion Branch #32 member Jim Johnson presents Mila Dinn with 1st prize at Kent Elementary School on Apr. 7.

The Legion held a District Competition for best poem with contestants competing from Langley to Hope. Jim Johnson of Agassiz Legion Branch #32 presented 1st prize to Gr. 6 student Mila Dinn at Kent Elementary (where she attends) on Apr. 7.

Dinn’s Poem entitled Remember:

Remember the people that fought and died

Remember the families who prayed and cried

Remember the hardships the men went through

From Great War

one to Great War


The eleventh hour, the eleventh day, the eleventh month is Remembrance Day

Together we remember the dead and alive

Who fought for our country, who fought for our lives

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